This is an easy process and you don't need any drawing or painting skills to make a print.
I use this site to chronicle what I have been doing creatively. I have been making art, exhibiting, and facilitating art-making for many decades. I am committed to sustainability in the creation of ART and DESIGN and many of my pieces are made from repurposed materials. I facilitate workshops at https://circlestudio.us/. I am the mother of 4 and grandmother of 3. I live in Corvallis, Oregon with Major Tom, my cat. Thanks for visiting my page. Mary Angela McDermott, PhD, MA, MAEd.
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Monday, August 17, 2009
Video- How to make an artist's canvas
Since Studio 71 is committed to eco-responsible design, all wood used is reclaimed and recycled.
Posted by Mary at 3:15 PM
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Fiddleheads and Poppies. Oil on Canvas. 16" x20". This painting was made from a reclaimed canvas and frame. The textures were achieved by mixing large amounts of linseed oil to the paint and allowing each layer to dry in the sun. Giclée prints can be purchased from the artist.
Posted by Mary at 11:12 AM
Labels: art from reclaimed materials, ecological responsibility in the making of art, linseed oil to achieve textures, recycled frames
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